Large-Screen Monitor Costs Under $1,600

The G810 Graphics Series monitor from ViewSonic suits desktop publishing, multi-tasking, Web browsing and any other activities that require a large-screen display. Priced under $1,600, the 21" monitor is compatible with PC and Macintosh machines as well as workstations.

An anti-reflection, anti-glare ARAG multi-layer glass process on the CRT refracts light away from the viewer, relieving eye strain during extended periods of work. In addition, the monitor exceeds MPR-II and Energy Star standards for reducing emissions and power consumption.

The G810 features a .25mm dot pitch for crisp images and a maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 at 71Hz refresh rate for a flicker-free display. With OnView on-screen controls, users can fine tune contrast, brightness, pincushion, parallelogram, tilt and more. ViewSonic Corp., Walnut, CA, (800) 888-8583, www.viewsonic.com.

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

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